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Weightlifting Belt FAQ

Are weight belts necessary?

Weightlifting belts are not always necessary but a good simple rule to follow is anytime you are lifting heavy weights that involve using your back, you should most likely use a weightlifting belt. Weightlifting belts help to support your lower back from hyperextending when lifting heavy during many workouts such as, but not limited to, squats and deadlifts.

What are weightlifting belts used for?

Weightlifting belts are used to help support your lower back while lifting and prevent hyperextension during particular lifts and heavy weights.

Why should I wear a weightlifting belt?

During particular exercises such as deadlifts and squats, a weightlifting belt can not only help support your lower back during heavy weight but even help give the confidence to lift heavier knowing you are much less likely to hyperextend.

When should you wear a weightlifting belt?

Anytime you are lifting heavier weights that involve using your back muscles. This includes workouts like squats and deadlifts.

How do you wear a weightlifting belt?

You secure the belt around your waist. Then you want to flex your stomach against the belt to brace and create intense tension in the torso. This makes your back more rigid, improving lifting form and keeping one’s back safe. Then clasp your belt. (TIP: This should in no way limit your breathing but it should feel snug against you when you flex your stomach.)

Where should a weightlifting belt sit?

When wearing a weightlifting belt, it should sit across the abdomen and stomach, under the rib cage and above your pant line. The belt should be against your lower back and stomach so that you can create tension when flexing your stomach.

What types of weightlifting belts are there?

There are a few common styles of weightlifting belts you can find on the market today. There are the traditional style leather belts that have a larger width in the back and a prong style latch like you would find on a regular belt used with a pair of pants. There are also velcro style belts in both a large width and single size width that can make putting on and taking off a belt easier but may not last as long. And finally there is the single width, usually extra thick, and with a metal pull latch. These are usually the most cumbersome but can provide lots of support.

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